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sew to make or repair with a needle and thread.
sewage water and waste material that is carried away in sewers.
sewer1 a large underground pipe that carries off the liquid and solid waste of a town or city.
sewing the act or process of working on fabric with a needle and thread.
sewing machine a machine for sewing clothes and other things.
sewn a past participle of sew.
sew up (informal) to bring to a close. [2 definitions]
sex the fact of being either female or male.
sex-1 a prefix that means "six."
sexist the unfair treatment of a person because of his or her sex.
Seychelles an island country in the Indian Ocean that lies northeast of the island of Madagascar. The capital of Seychelles is Victoria.
shabby showing signs of wear. [3 definitions]
shack a small, cheaply constructed building, used as a house or for storage.
shade darkness caused by light rays being blocked. [10 definitions]
shadow the dark image cast on some surface by a person or thing blocking the light of the sun or another source of light. [5 definitions]
shady in the shade. [3 definitions]
shaft an arrow or spear, or the long, straight part of one that is connected to the head. [6 definitions]
shaggy having long, rough hair or something like hair. [2 definitions]
shake to move back and forth or up and down with quick motions. [10 definitions]
shake hands to take the hand of another person and move it up and down. People shake hands to greet each other or to show that they agree on something.
shaken the past participle of shake.